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How did the Munich agreement lead to ww2?
Herein, how did the Munich Pact contribute to the outbreak of World War II?
The Munich Pact did contribute to the outbreak of the World War II by it encouraged German territorial expansion. Hitler already had an idea that France and Britain were weak but stopped him from conquering other lands. It allowed him to expand his borders all the way to Poland.
One may also ask, what was the result of the Munich conference? The Munich Conference came as a result of a long series of negotiations. Adolf Hitler had demanded the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia; British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain tried to talk him out of it.
Also to know, what happened to the Sudetenland as a result of the Munich Agreement?
a. Czechoslovakia agreed to split the land with Germany. Germany took control of the territory from Czechoslovakia.
How was the policy of appeasement a cause of ww2?
Appeasement emboldened Hitler's Germany, essentially leading to WWII. As Hitler continued to invade territories and build a military capable of fighting a major war—despite the Treaty of Versailles—Britain and France allowed him to continue, hoping he would leave them alone if they left him alone.